The 49ers running back and his fiancée celebrated the NFC Championship win on Sunday night
On Sunday night, McCaffrey and the San Francisco 49ers clinched their spot in the NFL final with a 34-31 win over the Detroit Lions in the NFC Championship, and they'll now face off against the Kansas City Chiefs in Las Vegas on Feb. 11.
Culpo, 31, was in attendance to celebrate with her fiancé, 27, as he and the team were awarded the NFC Championship trophy.
“Watching the love of your life live out his dream is the best feeling in the world,” she wrote over a sweet video posted on Instagram that included a clip of the couple before the game and a hug and chest bump after the victory.
“You deserve it all Christian ❤️,” she captioned the post. “I love you so so much.”
The NFL shouted out their sweet, on-field moment after the game by posting a video of Culpo and McCaffrey sharing a kiss, a hug and then going in for the chest bump.
“Wait for the @CMC_22 & @OliviaCulpo chest bump 😂,” the NFL wrote in the post on X (formerly known as Twitter).
The model, who got engaged to McCaffrey in April, also shared some shots from the game on her Instagram Story, including a photo of her and two friends praying ahead of game time and a video where Culpo was visibly emotional as the 49ers secured the win.
“Super Bowl bound baby NINERS WIN,” she wrote over the video which saw her drying her tears with a blanket.
She also shared a photo from inside the team’s locker room after the game, where she posed with McCaffrey, his teammate George Kittle and his wife Claire Kittle. In the shot, Culpo sat beside the running back and cradled his face with her hands as she smiled for the camera.
The 2023-2024 season marks McCaffrey’s second with the 49ers. In October 2022, he was traded from the Carolina Panthers to the Northern California team, and Culpo celebrated the move as she marked the end of the couple’s time in Charlotte.
"This city stole my heart and I'll never forget the memories and people who made the last 3+ years so special," she wrote on Instagram as she shared a compilation video of moments between the couple and from their time in North Carolina.
She added, "I'll miss you all so much and you'll always hold a special place in my heart. I'm so proud of you Christian! Seeing your light shine is one of my favorite things in life and I'm beyond excited and grateful for this next chapter in Cali, the place I've called home for the last 8 years. Niners Nation, let's go!"
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The running back shared his own post, reflecting on moving away from the team he started his NFL career with. He was drafted eighth overall by the Panthers in 2017.
"I'm forever grateful for all of the people who have helped make these past 5 1/2 years so special for me," McCaffrey wrote on Instagram. "Thank you from the bottom of my heart. Carolina, I will always love you #KeepPounding."
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